“I still live in Brooklyn, even though it’s g-g-gentrified.” Tanya Morgan connects with Che Grand for a smooth new head nodding single called “The Record.” This one feels like a chill number you can play when you’re just relaxing, or cleaning up the crib. Enjoy. Stream “The Record” below.
DMV-based production duo The Other Guys links up with Tanya Morgan for a brand new headnodder called “Friends Old & New.” Look for The Other Guys’s Life In Analog album to release on July 22nd, and expect plenty of boom bap influence throughout. Stream “Friends Old & New” below. Life In Analog by The Other . . .
Surprise, surprise. Donwill and Von Pea, better known as Tanya Morgan, jump off 2015 with a new surprise project called 12 Minutes At Karriem’s. The six-track project takes its beats from Karriem Riggin‘s 2012 Alone Together album. Stream 12 Minutes At Karriem’s below.
There’s something to be said for a well-crafted, minimalistic hip-hop song. It take something special to draw in listeners with relatively little. The 6th Sense-produced “Never Too Much,” by Tanya Morgan, does just that. Nitty Scott, MC‘s distinct voice makes the chorus pop, and both halves of this talented duo show out lyrically on the . . .
Only five tracks from Eric Lau‘s 29-track project, Examples, are currently available to stream, but I’m already sold. The album includes a variety of influences, such as hip-hop, soul, jazz, funk, and Brazilian beats. All are deftly woven into a head nod-inducing canvas that piques interest from start to finish. The London-based producer isn’t a . . .
Von Pea connects with DMV-based production team The Other Guys to craft his latest solo album, To: You. Von Pea, who is one half of rap duo Tanya Morgan, cites artists such as A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Big Daddy Kane, and more amongst his biggest influences. Listeners won’t be surprised to hear . . .
DMV rap/production duo The Other Guys return today with a new visual for their lead single “Realer Than Most,” featuring Skyzoo. A few months back the team headed to Brooklyn to personally shoot the video. Oh, and add another skill to their arsenal, because they also edited it. Life In Analog is out now on HiPNOTT . . .